RE: Reinstalled Windows Greenstone server as Web Library on d:progra msgsdl. Images import! Still can't see them on the file menu

From Graham S. Green
DateMon, 24 Feb 2003 07:19:16 +0800
Subject RE: Reinstalled Windows Greenstone server as Web Library on d:progra msgsdl. Images import! Still can't see them on the file menu
In-Reply-To (20030220001943-73425-qmail-web40411-mail-yahoo-com)
Hi all,

Is this list still working? I haven't received any messages from this
list for about 5-6 days now!!!!


Graham

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-tripath-users@colosys.net
> [mailto:owner-tripath-users@colosys.net] On Behalf Of Melina Kalatzi
> Sent: Thursday, 20 February 2003 08:20
> To: gordon.paynter@ucr.edu
> Cc: greenstone@tripath.colosys.net
> Subject: Re: Reinstalled Windows Greenstone server as Web
> Library on d:progra msgsdl. Images import! Still can't see
> them on the file menu
>
>
> Yes, I thought of suggesting this but I thought the
> answers you got solved your problem. I actually used
> Progra~1 for the program files because I had to since
> I was building the collection in a DOS window. It
> works fine.
>
> Regards
>
> Melina
>
>
>
> --- Gordon Paynter <gordon.paynter@ucr.edu> wrote: >
> > I reinstalled Greenstone under d:programsgsdl
> > instead of the
> > > default d:program filesgsdl so that the
> > imagemagick convert.exe will
> > > not have a space in the import filename.
> > >
> > > Images are now importing!
> >
> > Great news. Someone else else made another
> > suggestion off-list; can
> > anyone tell me if it works:
> >
> > Duane Milne suggests:
> > > Change the directory being worked upon from using
> > "D:Program
> > > Files..." to "D:Progra~1...".
> >
> > It seems like you could put this in the collect.cfg
> > file as follows:
> >
> > importdir
> > c:progra~1/Greens~1/collect/colname/import
> >
> > Does anyone know if that would work?
> >
> >
> > > We still can't see the filenames on the filename
> > menu. Is there any
> > > way to get them to display them on the menu
> > without building
> > > metadata.xml. Metadata.xml is the next logical
> > step but I'd like to see
> > > this thing show a picture before we invest in data
> > entry.
> >
> > I have never seen the filename browser work with
> > images; this must be a
> > bug in ImagePlug.
> >
> >
> > Gordon
> >
> >
>
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